Programmable mixed-signal matrix ICs conserve power

The fourth generation of GreenPAK mixed-signal matrix ICs have been released by Silego. The GPAK4 family of NVM programmable CMIC devices enables designers to integrate system functions such as comparators, ADCs, logic, delays, counters, resets, power sequencing, voltage sensing, and interface circuits, while minimising component count, board space, and power consumption.

The SLG46620V is the first member of GPAK products comprising analogue and digital resources with expanded functionality and improved accuracy. The IC has nearly double the on-chip resources compared to previous generation parts. It also includes new functions, such as a hardware reset pin and a DAC. The chip is available in a tiny 2.0 x 3.0 x 0.55mm 20pin STQFN.

The company also offers the GPAK development hardware and simple GUI interface of GPAK Designer, to implement new designs and respond to changing design requirements.

As well as wearable devices, target applications include consumer electronics, portable devices, such as tablets, smartphones and notebooks; PCs and PC peripherals; commercial and industrial electronics; servers; embedded PCs and data communications equipment.

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